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  • Wildlife of Madagascar
    Wildlife of Madagascar by Ken Behrens, Keith Barnes

    The Indian Ocean island of Madagascar is one of the world's great natural treasures and ecotourism destinations. Like Galápagos, it is a laboratory of evolution, but on a much larger scale, since it is home to nearly an entire continent's variety of species, from the famous lemurs to a profusion of bizarre and beautiful birds, reptiles, and amphibians. Small and portable yet thorough, this is the most comprehensive single-volume field guide to Madagascar's wildlife and the first to provide extensive coverage of the island's butterflies. More than 500 stunning color photographs illustrate the vast majority of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and butterflies that a visitor is likely to see, along with a selection of insects and plants. Wildlife of Madagascar is organized by group – from mammals to plants – and its authoritative and accessible text provides key information about identification, habitat, behavior, and conservation. Ideal for everyone from casual tourists and nature lovers to experienced naturalists and professional biologists, this is an essential guide to the natural wonders of Madagascar.

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  • Wild Rwanda; Where to Watch Birds, Primates and Other Wildlife
    Wild Rwanda; Where to Watch Birds,… by Ken Behrens et al.

    Published in March 2015. With contributions from Jason Anderson and Claver Ntoyinkima. A guide to wildlife travel in this central/eastern African country.

    Paperback £20.99 Buy Now
  • Peterson Reference Guide to Seawatching; Eastern Waterbirds in Flight
    Peterson Reference Guide to… by Ken Behrens, Cameron Cox

    This is a guide that teaches birders how to effectively identify North American eastern waterbirds in flight using a method of identification that emphasizes birds' structure, behaviour, and overall colour. Seawatching is the challenging act of identifying waterbirds in flight. Since more than a hundred different species can fly past an observation point, often at great speed or in tightly packed, mixed-species flocks, identification of these distant shapes can be a mystery. It is distinctive qualities of flying waterbirds that are the keys to the mystery. Be it wing beat cadence, individual structure, flock shape and behaviour, or subtle flashes of colour, all are revealed in this guide.

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  • Birding Ethiopia; A guide to the country's birding sites
    Birding Ethiopia; A guide to the… by Ken Behrens et al.

    Copiously illustrated with photographs and maps. A section on the specialities of Ethiopia to help when planning a trip. A complete indexed list of the country's birds.

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